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RE: ansi/ccitt doc availability

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From: FreedmanJ on Thu, Mar 7, 1996 8:43 AM
Subject: RE: ansi/ccitt doc availability
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Subject: Re: ansi/ccitt doc availability
To: Rodney Thayer <rodney@sabletech.com>, spki@c2.org
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>I agree completely, and vociferously. In addition to the page cost, the
>of knowing what documents are available, how to order them, etc., is a 
>substantial barrier to the uninitiated.

  In the case of the ISO documents, getting them is half the battle. You have
to try to read them too. 

                      Jerry Freedman,Jr